The goal of participating in activities and clubs is to help students develop interests beyond academic studies, broaden their perspectives, provide them with opportunities for effective and enjoyable use of leisure time, allow opportunities for team-building and teamwork and to promote healthy lifestyles, sportsmanship and lifelong fitness habits.

The Elementary School at BBS offers after school clubs each semester for 8 weeks. These clubs cover a wide range of activities which include sports, arts and cooking. The clubs are very popular with over 150 students registering each semester.

Each semester, the clubs change slightly, so the 2015/16 club activities have yet to be confirmed.
Below are some of the clubs that ran in the 2014/15 school year:

  • Aerobics
  • Art of Clay
  • BBS Chess Masters Training Club
  • Benchball
  • Computers for Fun
  • Cooking Club
  • Dodgeball
  • Free Painting
  • Glass painting
  • Glee Club
  • Kid Craft
  • Little Chef
  • Pretty Little Divas
  • Soccer for Boys
  • Sports Competitions and Jump Rope
  • Vase Painting

BBS offers a variety of after school club programs to support our students in opportunities to be active, social, learn new skills and have fun.

Each semester, we run an 8 week paid program that involves sport and art related activities for our middle school students to explore. Teachers supervising these programs are not only experienced but very enthusiastic about the after school activities that take place on campus.

We take pride in offering such a variety of positive, healthy and safe after school activities for students to enjoy. We invite you to become a part of this rewarding program.

Club Offerings for Fall 2015


Chess Club All Students Grades 6-8
Drama Club All Students Grades 6-8
Cheer/Dance Club Girls Grades 6-8
All Sorts of Sports Girls Grades 6-8
Basketball Boys Grades 6-8
Dodgeball Boys Grades 6-8
Football (Soccer) Boys Grades 6-8
Video Games All Students Grades 6-8


Students often organize clubs based on their interests; both the LITE recycling program (school-wide recycling of paper and plastic) and our Volunteer group (which organizes volunteer opportunities such as beach clean-ups, etc.) were started this way. 

Students who are interested in starting a club based on personal interests must gain administration approval and have a faculty sponsor/advisor.